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Crocheted Gloves

Share this: Crochet is a process of creating fabric from yarn or thread using a crochet hook. The word is derived from the French word “crochet”, meaning hook. Crocheting, similar to knitting, consists of pulling loops of yarn through other loops. Crochet differs from knitting in that only one loop is active at one time, and that a crochet hook is used instead of knitting needles. The following Crochet Pattern will create one pair of Crocheted Lace Gloves to fit the average hand. These gloves will stretch to fit most women’s hands; washing will restore them to their original size. Materials: 1-1/2 oz of a fine mercerized crochet cotton (No. 20); Size 7 steel crochet hook; Tubular elastic to fit around wrists. Gauge:6 Solomon’s knots to 2″ worked on size 7 steel hook. To save time, take time to check gauge. Right-hand glove: Join length of elastic to fit around wrist. Work 100 sc over elastic and join with a sl st to first sc. 1st round * Extend loop on hook to a height of approximately 1/4″, yo and draw a loop through extended loop on hook, insert hook from front to back in the back strand of the loop just made, yo and draw a loop through, there are now 2 loops on hook, yo and draw through 2 loops on hook- called 1 Solomon’s knot or 1 SK -, skip next 4 sc, 1 sc in next sc, rep from * 19 more times. Do not turn

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